Devizes A 46, Westbury 13: Devizes A continued their successful run in the Premier League with a convincing win over Westbury.

The opposition showed spirited resilience throughout but were unable to gain control of the match. This was the last game of the season for Captain and GD Sian Heywood. Yet again her impressive defensive skills broke down the Westbury attack, turning the game Devizes' way. Excellent centre court play brought the ball to the shooters who competently put away practically ever opportunity.

Dev B 45 Melksham 25 An eagerly anticipated return match between these two sides. The first quarter was played at speed but with excellent controlled passing. A goal scored was immediately countered by the opposition. Devizes used short passes to work the ball into the circle Melksham using long accurate balls into their circle. Both styles worked and Devizes led by one goal at the end of the first quarter.

The second quarter was fast and furious as both teams strived to gain the upper hand. Both attacks worked hard to feed the ball in, with the defences striving to intercept. But it was Devizes who gradually opened up a lead with their centre court running and the shooters converting almost all their opportunities.

Determined not to have their usual lacklustre 3rd quarter, Dev were totally focused on their game and this paid dividends as the gap opened up. Shooters Hannah Butcher and Charity Nichols were on brilliant form and the centre court of Sam Lee, Jo Harris, Kit Dillon and Devizes player of the match Lucy Barros dominated their area so well that GK Trudie Procter was rarely bothered in the second half of the game.

Combe Down 40 Holt 22.

Combe Down got off to a good start with some good accurate passes from the attack into the goal circle giving the team an 11-4 lead by the end of the first quarter. Combe Down continued to increase their lead in the second quarter as a result of some excellent shooting from Bev Pulford (GS) and Jodie Annelly (GA). Throughout the game there were some brilliant interceptions and strong defending from the Combe Down's defence. Holt put up a good effort and came back into the game in the forth quarter but were unable to match Combe Down's score.

Devizes Jax 17 Calne C 6 Due to injuries the Jax line-up was not as experienced as usual but all were in a determined mood. They made an excellent start to the match and led 6-0 after the first quarter. But Calne were not giving up without a fight. The second quarter was fiercely contested by both sides with plenty of interceptions being made. Jax defence of Helen Petterson (GK) and Laura O'Donovan (GD) and the Calne defence were on fine form resulting in both sides only managing 2 goals. In the 3rd quarter the Jax game flourished with accurate passes resulting in some excellent periods of play. Calne's tall GD caused the Jax GA Ayesha Holland shooting problems but GS Charlie Martin, in her first match, gained in confidence around the circle creating space for the pass. Centre court players Sophie Ottaway, Kali Cottle, Laura Christopher and Katie Baross continued to provide excellent centre court service and the Jax finished the game with all 4 points.

Devizes A 35 Bradford A 22 Devizes came away with another win in the Premier League on Tuesday night after a fiercely fought battle against Bradford. In a game plagued by stoppages for injuries the victors never really showed the skill and flare they are capable of, and both teams were determined to come away with the points they needed. But a solid performance from everyone working hard enabled Devizes to pull away. Special praise goes to defenders Becky Sedgwick (GK) and Claire Robinson (GD) who continually prevented Bradford from moving into goal scoring positions through to the end of the match, but eventually Devizes crept ahead to finish 13 goals ahead earning all 4 points. Player of the match was Kit Dillon who played up in the A squad from her regular place in the B's as a result of illness and injury. Kit settled into her position at WD and C with ease and showed tireless enthusiasm to turn the ball over.